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Autonomic Nervous System Clinical Trials

A listing of Autonomic Nervous System medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (34) clinical trials

Autonomic Nervous System Role in Uncontrolled ASTHMA and the Paucigranulocitic Phenotype

Role of the ANS in asthma For decades it's considered that the autonomic nervous system (ANS) plays an important role in the pathophysiology and symptomatology of asthma. The ANS had important functions besides regulating airway, such as bronchial smooth muscle tone, secretions, blood flow, microvascular permeability, also acts on migration ...

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Impact of Adrenoreceptor Expressions on Inflammatory Pattern in Refractory Cardiogenic Shock Under VA ECMO

NB : A repartition according to other ongoing study (HYPOECMO NCTNCT02754193) is planned

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Comparison of the Efficacy of the Ultrasound With Fluoroscopy in Guidance of Lumbar Sympathetic Block

This study compares the efficacy of the ultrasound with fluoroscope in guidance of lumbar sympathetic block (LSB). The goals of the study are; 1) To show that US-guided LSB results in shorter performance time compared to fluoroscope-guided LSB, 2) To evaluate the efficacy and safety of US-guided LSB, and 3) ...

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Pranayama Practice on the Autonomic Nervous System

Healthy adult participants (N=40) will be recruited from the general population. Potential participants will contact a study phone line or email expressing their interest, and they will then be contacted in order to schedule a screening telephone interview for an initial assessment of their eligibility. Recruitment will be conducted in ...

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Study of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine on the Autonomic Nervous System

This study intends to examine how three different OMM techniques, sub-occipital release, rib-raising, and stellate ganglion release, impact autonomic nervous system tone. Subjects will be randomly assigned to one of four cohort groups, receiving either sub-occipital release, rib-raising, stellate ganglion release or all three treatment techniques. A shift towards sympathetic ...

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Autonomic Cardiovascular Neuropathy in Recently Diagnosed DM2 Patients (ACNDM2)

Until now the autonomic dysfunction in Diabetes Mellitus type 2 (DM2)has been broadly studied in long term patients. Thus, clinical features as cardiac autonomic neuropathy (CAN) and the lack of the baroreceptor reflex were widely described in patients with a long standing Diabetes. However, there hasnt been a description of ...

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Does Propranolol Attenuate Inflammatory Responses to a Psychological Stressor?

Psychological stress is implicated in the onset and progression of many common and costly chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, chronic pain conditions, and major depressive disorder (Cohen et al., 2007; Kendler et al., 1999; Steptoe and Kivimaki, 2012). An emerging body of evidence suggests that inflammation, indexed via levels of ...

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SERENDEM : MD1003 in Patients Suffering From Demyelinating Neuropathies an Open Label Pilot Study

The primary objective of the study is to assess the effect of MD1003 on motor and sensory conduction, in patients suffering from demyelinating polyneuropathies.

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SANICS II Trial: Stimulation of the Autonomic Nervous System in Colorectal Surgery by Perioperative Nutrition

Postoperative ileus (POI) and anastomotic leakage (AL) are important clinical determinants of short-term morbidity and mortality following colorectal surgery. Importantly, AL is also a risk factor for local recurrence of colorectal cancer and has a significant impact on disease-free and overall survival. It is therefore believed that improving postoperative outcome ...

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Prognostic Significance of the Baroreflex Sensitivity Changes After Acute Ischemic Stroke

After acute stroke, baroreflex sensitivity (BRS) is impaired. This impaired acute stage BRS has been reported to be predictive of worsen outcome years after stroke in general. However, it is not very clear if the impaired acute stroke BRS would actually persist months after the acute stage. It is also ...

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